Water Environment Research (WER) publishes peer-reviewed research papers, research notes, state-of-the-art and critical reviews on original, fundamental and applied research in all scientific and technical areas related to water quality, pollution control, and management.
The Most Groundbreaking Research on the World’s Most Important Resource
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Water Environment Research has an average time from submission to print publication of seven months, making it the destination for active academics and researchers. Accepted papers are published online upon acceptance, and subscribers receive innovative research from a diverse and international group of authors. WER’s download ranking on Ingenta has consistently been in the top 100 out of more than 16, 200 publications.
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The leadership of WER wants to thank the top reviewers of the last year. The academics listed below have contributed the most outstanding reviews in 2017.
Thank you for your service to the journal!
- Daniel Cassidy, Guangbin Li, Hanzhuo Fu, Xiaojin Li, Charles Bleckmann, Jongmin Kim, James Pratt, Murat Eyvaz, W.J. Huang, Hao Chen, Chih-Ming Kao, Khalid Elwakeel, Adrian Bonilla-Petriciolet, Tian Zhang, Yi He, Grant Goedjen, Norma Beltran, Ashley Pifer, Ningshengjie Gao, Gaoke Zhang, Hamidreza Sharifan, Jaret Johnson, Murthy Kasi, Thomas O’Connor, and Shiqiang Zou
Introducing WER Open-Access
Water Environment Research is now offering the option of open-access. Authors who opt to have their article available as open-access may do so by paying an open-access fee of $1400. WER subscribers or employees* of a subscribing institution are eligible to have the fee completely waived. WEF Members who are not WER subscribers receive a 20% discount or can subscribe to WER for as low as $100 to have this fee waived. To take advantage of the open-access option, please contact WER Managing Editor, Anthony Krizel, after your paper has been accepted.
*Employee of subscribing institution must be corresponding author.